The so-called halos are typical for spikes of intraocular pressure rise in high-tension glaucoma (or ocular hypertension) forms, most often in melanin-dispersion syndrome (MDS, or pigment-dispersion syndrome) which is a trigger for glaucoma in myopes and often begins in early adulthood. The halos appear when a spike in intraocular pressure leads to ...


Since most cases of high eye pressure leads to glaucoma, the picture below shows how someone with glaucoma sees the world

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